March 8, 2023, Baltimore
Professor Jie Liang, the President of AltumView, attended the first annual a2 Symposium at the Johns Hopkins University.
Demo of AltumView Product
Prof. Liang’s demo of AltumView’s Sentinare smart activity sensor and its successful application in Amazon’s Alexa Together service drew attentions from many leading researchers working on senior care and remote patient monitoring, as it provides a low-cost and privacy-preserving way to collect valuable real-world behavioral data from seniors and patients, which can help physicians to design the treatment plan, observe its efficacy, and made necessary adjustments. The stick-figure-based behavioral data also help researchers and physicians to identify certain behavioral diseases earlier.
Seminar at JHU
Prof. Liang also gave a seminar at the Johns Hopkins University, and visited the Hopkins Hospital and some local organizations.
As a global leader in smart activity sensor, AltumView will strengthen collaborations with the AgeTech communities in US.
About a2 Symposium
The a2 Collective represents the Artificial Intelligence and Technology Collaboratories (AITC) for Aging Research program funded by the National Institute on Aging (NIA), part of the National Institutes of Health. The a2 Collective comprises three AITCs centered at Johns Hopkins University (JH AITC), the University of Massachusetts Amherst (MassAITC), and the University of Pennsylvania (PennAITech).